On Saturday March 20, in Marina Puerto del Rey, Fajardo-Puerto Rico, the inauguration of Antilles Power Marine Center was celebrated. With this opening, lovers of the nautical lifestyle, and clients of Antilles Power, will be able to count on accessibility for the parts and services they need.
The store will open from Monday to Friday, and will have parts, batteries, fluids, and accessories available, in addition it will have a Volvo Penta certified technician. Parts and equipment may be ordered for direct delivery to the Marina. Clients will benefit from weekly offers.
This is the second Antilles Power store, since the first is in Carolina, Puerto Rico. “We are very happy to be able to provide our clients of boats, yachts, hotels and marinas with a closer service to their area,” says Timothy Gomez, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager. “Our specialized technicians are in high demand in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, so we are proud to expand our reach,” adds Rudy Hernández, Services Manager.
Antilles Power, recently recognized Supplier of the Year 2020-2021 by San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, is an authorized dealer for Volvo Penta, MTU, Detroit Diesel and Kohler Marine Generators. In addition, offers products and services for Kohler, ZF, Lifeline, Twin Disc brands, among others. “Our extensive inventory of parts allows customers to receive help in less time, and to facilitate the request for parts and service, clients have access to our website where, at their convenient time, they fill out a form, and thus the process can be streamlined”, comments Jesús Medina, Parts Manager.
The opening activity was held outside the store, complying with the requirements of minimum attendance, distance, and use of a mask. Guests, clients, employees, and executives of the company participated in the occasion and the celebration in a relaxed get together.
San Juan Marriott Resort & Stelaris Casino, from San Juan – Puerto Rico, recognized Antilles Power Depot as Supplier of the Year 2020-2021. The outstanding news was announced at a fundraising event for the Puerto Rico Hotel & Tourism Association (PRHTA), on Thursday December 3, at a hotel in Rio Grande.
José González, General Manager of the San Juan Marriott Resort, delivered the recognition represented in two distinguished pieces. “For many years we have relied on Antilles Power for our new equipment, service and maintenance of our backup emergency power systems, and their 24 hours availability. They were supporting us when we needed service during operations at the hotel with the incredible challenges we faced from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Antilles Power’s timely response and technical solutions were critical in helping us keep the hotel open and available to our customers. This year 2020 the updating of our entire power plant was completed, which includes modern automatic control systems” González highlighted. The recipients of the recognition at the event, from Antilles Power, were Jason Hebert (President), Tim Gomez (General Manager and Chief Operating Officer), Scott Smith (Chief Technical Officer), José Rodríguez (Director of Service and Construction Projects) and Milton Pimentel (Sales Director).
“We provided a customized engineered solution, with two modern EPA compliant 1750KW MTU units to replace the original Detroit Diesel units” commented Scott Smith, “it was a complete job of design, installation, project management, scheduling temporary and permanent systems to facilitate continuity of operations during the upgrade of the power generation plant” added Jason Hebert as they discussed and recalled the complexities and challenges of the project in general.
The event was held outdoor the Wyndham Grand de Rio Mar Golf & Beach Resort, complying with the requirements of minimum attendance, use of a facial mask, temperature measurement and registration of each attendee. Executives and staff from companies related to the hotel industry participated in the occasion and the celebration in a lunch, with the established physical distance.
About Antilles Power Depot
* Has been serving the Caribbean and Virgin Islands since 1999
* Corporate offices located in Carolina, Puerto Rico
* Offices and service locations in St. Thomas, St. Martin, St. Croix, and the Dominican Republic
* Provides marine service, sale of parts and engines, also parts, service and sales of generators, rental of generators, energy management, cogeneration, and energy storage.
Ingenieros, gerentes de proyecto y profesionales en general interesados en el desarrollo de tecnologías y soluciones para el fortalecimiento energético en el Caribe participarán del exclusivo evento Distributed Energy Resource Management – The New Normal for the Caribbean, con la participación de destacados exponentes del tema en Puerto Rico, Estados Unidos y Alemania.
El acceso al evento, con entrada gratis, se llevará a cabo el 8 de noviembre en el Colegio de Ingenieros y Agrimensores de PR, y el pre-registro se hace por la plataforma Eventbrite. Los temas que se dialogarán son:
- University of Puerto Rico Sustainability Plans
Presidente Dr. Jorge Haddock
- Clean Energy Storage Systems in the Caribbean
Ing. Tobías Badelt
QINOUS Berlin (Smart Energy Storage Systems and Microgrid control systems)
- Microgrid in Montgomery County Maryland
Ing. Richard Hepp
Microgrid Competency Center Energy Business- Schneider Electric
- Meeting Emissions in the Caribbean
Ing. David Seltzer
Safety Power Inc.
- How Blockchain can impact the energy industry
- Absorption Cooling in the Hotel Sector
Ing. Bin Li
- EPC – Designing Hybrid Plants
Ing. Terry Waldron
Waldron Engineering & Construction
- Accessing to capital for energy projects
Este evento es coordinado por Antilles Power, empresa líder en equipos y servicios de generación de energía en PR, Islas Vírgenes y el Caribe. Para información adicional o ayuda para registrarse: 787-209-0408 / email@example.com